Review: “Colette” Sumptuously Brought To Life By Actor & Director

If Colette could be classed as a period drama then it is one which redefines what such a genre is capable of achieving...
Posted On 19 Jun 2019

Review: “Cold Pursuit” Never Hots Up

If one of your henchmen is called Speedo then you know it’s time to get that birch branch out and start thrashing the screenwriter...
Posted On 12 Jun 2019

Review: “Sliding Doors” Inverts Expectations

Twenty years later this film still has much to say about the perils of partnership and clandestine coupling and is deserving of a revisit...
Posted On 19 May 2019

Review: “Parents” Plays With Childhood Fears

This cult classic manages to raise hackles, shine a light into the darkness and embrace childhood fears with originality...
Posted On 03 May 2019

Review: “Lilith” Is Nuanced, Contemporary, Brilliant

Lilith deserves repeat viewings if only to be reminded how good Jean Seberg really was...
Posted On 22 Apr 2019

Review: The Flagrantly Chauvinistic “Take A Girl Like You” Has Few If Any Redemptive Qualities

When American counter culture was moving film in a different direction, Jonathan Miller’s 1970 effort seems all the more out of touch...
Posted On 20 Apr 2019

Review: “The Reckless Moment” Goes Through The Motions

This wannabe pulp thriller is made by contract players on a weekly wage going through the motions...
Posted On 17 Apr 2019

Review: “A Simple Favour” – A Distinctly Stylised Thriller

A Simple Favour is not only entertaining but engaging, edgy and cool...
Posted On 22 Mar 2019